Effective Flower Care and Handling Tips From The Pros If you want flowers that last longer, this video will show you the steps the pros use. Proper flower care is easy if you follow these tips.

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Effective Flower Care and Handling Tips From The Pros

Proper flower care and handling is a critical part of our business. I love hearing from my customers about how long the flowers they bought from our shop lasted. They’re often quite surprised.

We’re not surprised, however, knowing the quality and care that the flowers we sell receive from the time they are harvested to the time they are sold.

I came across a good video on the subject of cut flower care that lays out the steps the pros use when it comes to flower care and handling.

If you are a DIYer who works with flowers for weddings and events, this video will be helpful in understanding proper cut flower care. Take a look and I’m sure you’ll agree.

So, did you find the video useful?

I certainly hope you did. You now have the proper knowledge and tools to make all of your flowers last longer.

While we’re on the topic, all of the Floralife cut flower care products used in this video, including QuicK Dip, flower food, and Finishing Touch are sold on Amazon, eBay, and many of the other advertisers on this site.

Crowning Glory can be used in place of Finishing Touch, as it does essentially the same thing, but it is actually formulated more for wedding bouquet work, where more delicate flowers are often used.

Hey there, and welcome!

My name is Greg Johnson, the owner of Greenfield Flower Shop and the guy responsible for this website. Helping out DIY floral designers is one of the reasons why I created this site.

Truly. That’s the reason I’m here with you now.

But before we continue, there is something important I want to come clean about. To be honest, I really started out to put together this blog for myself.

You see, I’m always getting asked questions about how to care for cut flowers, and I honestly just thought that a place where I could send people to get all their questions answered (by watching the same flower care video you just got finished with) would be a good idea, as well as save time.

With that said, I also see a lot of opportunity in creating this site. Why lie?

I enjoy earning a bit of sponsorship revenue on the side, as I share awesome floral-related tutorials with you. I hope you’re cool with that.

As you’ve likely gathered, I don’t pull any punches. But at the same time… selling you stuff isn’t my goal here. If you get the itch to buy anything from any of my sponsors, cool! But if this isn’t the case, no problem. You just being here is good enough for me.

I’m just cool with watching and sharing floral arranging tutorials with like-minded people!

So that’s why FlowersFloralFlorist exists. It’s pretty much just a floral tutorial site for those who love and appreciate flowers as much as I do. Sound good? Great! It’d be great to have you over again sometime soon.

So let’s keep in touch!

I will keep sharing amazing videos with you. These videos will cover plants, flowers, and weddings… things I think you’ll enjoy and learn from!

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